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Holiday well-spent with my little monkeys

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Holiday-ing at home with my nephew Danyael who wrote an adorable “About Tita Tricia” page on his notebook.

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We went to visit Nana and Tata today and I saw this salakot in their living room and I just had to take a picture.

We went to visit Nana and Tata today and I saw this salakot in their living room and I just had to take a picture.

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delta-breezes:

around the house, part three by manyfires on Flickr.

delta-breezes:

around the house, part three by manyfires on Flickr.

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Today’s breakfast: milk and coffee jelly. Sweet morning indeed.

Today’s breakfast: milk and coffee jelly. Sweet morning indeed.

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"We loved with a love that was more than love."

Edgar Allan Poe (via feellng)

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reignofbooks:

i can never say if i’m a slow or a fast reader tbh my pace always depends on the book some books i finish in one sitting and others i finish after 78 years

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"Instead, we’d do what we always did, the only thing we’d ever been dependably stellar at: we’d read."

Eleanor Brown, The Weird Sisters (via observando)

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Jesrell: Pakinggan mo yung Thinking Out Loud ni Ed Sheeran.
Tricia: Nadi-distract ako pag nakikita ko si Ed Sheeran kasi feeling ko mukha siyang hobbit.
Jesrell: May pagkamasamang ugali ka. Haha.
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"Perhaps the reason memories of youth are always in watercolor is because they end before they can be put in more vivid colors."

Seo In Ha, Love Rain

New-found hobby: pattern-making

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My office friends and I went to Little Tokyo last Wednesday and had a little Japanese feast. How can you ever go wrong with good food and great conversations? Finally the food I ordered that night wasn’t epic fail unlike the first time I went there when the noodles I got was literally walang lasa. Haha. Lesson learned: When something bad or unpleasant happens somewhere, you have to go back to the place and try to create new and better memories there.

My office friends and I went to Little Tokyo last Wednesday and had a little Japanese feast. How can you ever go wrong with good food and great conversations? Finally the food I ordered that night wasn’t epic fail unlike the first time I went there when the noodles I got was literally walang lasa. Haha. Lesson learned: When something bad or unpleasant happens somewhere, you have to go back to the place and try to create new and better memories there.

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"Cheerfulness and contentment are great beautifiers."

Jennifer E. Smith (via observando)

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